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No need to pay for antivirus: report
Free security software is "adequate".
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Ballmer: Patent laws need changing
Targets UK and US laws.
Oct 6 2010 2:20PM
Blue Coat stresses need to combat social engineering
User awareness must supplement protections, says firm.
Mar 31 2010 2:22PM
Interview: Why we need more ideas
Guy Kawasaki talks venture capital, CIOs and social media.
Sep 28 2009 7:11AM
Banks need to jump on the social media bandwagon
Retail banks need to prepare to adapt their business models to the growing consumer interest in social media, according to a report by analyst house Gartner.
May 7 2009 6:55AM
Ailing IT firms need more aggression
As global IT spending declines, high-tech firms will need to rethink their business models and act aggressively to weather the recession, according to consultancy McKinsey.
Mar 17 2009 6:19AM
What you need to know to keep Mac OS X secure
Just a few years ago, Apple commanded only a small fraction of the computer market.
Sep 22 2008 4:12PM
IT auditors need more business initiative
Chief information officers (CIOs) argue the biggest problem encountered working with auditors is reaching an agreement on findings and recommendations for business risk improvement, according to new research from Ersnt and Young consultancy firm.
Jun 27 2008 1:36PM
PMPartners sees need for bridge in project gaps
PMPartners Group has claimed that 60 percent of Australian organisations have no project governance, greatly increasing the risk of project failure and time or budget overruns.
Jun 16 2008 3:14PM
Social sites need tougher privacy rules
Social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace should introduce tougher rules to stop users posting abusive information about other members, according to a survey..
Jun 7 2008 11:42AM
McAfee CSO: Security pros need to better understand business needs
McAfee’s chief security officer Dr Martin Carmichael flew into Sydney this week and SC Magazine had the opportunity to catch up with him to discuss all things security.
Mar 14 2008 4:14PM
Guest column: The Saas Trap - What you need to consider before moving to SAAS
Adoption of the software-as-a-service (SaaS) sales model is accelerating at a phenomenal rate in the region, changing the way vendors do business and the way organisations use software.
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Web 2.0 legal risks need coordinated approach
Firms at this year’s E-commerce Expo in London have been warned not to rush into putting Web 2.0 features on their sites without considering how to mitigate the potential legal risks.
Oct 31 2007 2:45PM
Head to head: Do we really need compulsory data leakage disclosure laws?
New privacy laws have spread across the US and could be enforced in Australia
Oct 29 2007 10:47AM
The End: We need to rethink fraud
Responsibility for spotting identity fraud should rest with business, says Bruce Schneier.
May 25 2007 10:11AM
Drivers need patching too
Hard drives are often overlooked when it comes to patching. But an exploit in this area could be fateful.
Apr 24 2007 10:07AM
Enterprises need strategic view of risk management
Enterprise risk management is taking on a new dimension in publicly traded companies as they face greater regulatory responsibilities and increased public scrutiny.
Apr 12 2007 4:34PM
'Drive-by pharming' attacks need only router access to steal personal information
As many as half of all broadband users - including some small- and medium-size enterprises - are susceptible to a new pharming attack that can succeed without the hacker ever penetrating the computer, Symantec announced today.
Feb 15 2007 7:55PM
Firms will need at least 12 months to test Vista
Gartner advises organisations to get cracking immediately.
Dec 6 2006 8:57AM
Vista so secure it 'doesn't need antivirus'
Microsoft co-president Jim Allchin has stated that Windows Vista's new security features are so strong that antivirus software is no longer necessary.
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